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Reviewed October 5, 2013

In general it was very nice.
The area and the park is beautiful.

The room are clean and functional don't except too much.
Not a lot of things to do in the park for the kids as in CenterParcs, everything cost extra..

  • Stayed: September 2013, traveled with family
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1  Thank ilan_atias
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Reviewed October 1, 2013

Spend 5 days with my family at this residence, you get a wondeful view of the bay, though come outside tha high season, elsewise tha place will be way to crowded. Nice pools and leisure areas for cycling and running in the montains.

  • Stayed: September 2013, traveled with family
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Thank Grete S
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Reviewed September 21, 2013

I chose this pierre et vacances beacause it had a kids club for my 2 year old toddler... I was worried about the bad reviews about the accomodation and came to the conclusion that we should get a VIP flat. In september these ones are only €800 for 1 week. You get a really big flat with a huge terrasse and all mod coms (large dishwasher)... The downside is that in september the resort has a lot of seminars which means a lot of people partying till late in certain areas of the resort so make sure you ask at reception for a quite loacation, we had to change from block H4 as the noise was terrible till 4am! But our new flat was in block F which was very peacful and a better view. The kids club is great (very friendly and welcoming) and some of the staff can babysit too. The big downside of this resort is the quality of the food, very very poor! Avoid at all cost the Mexican restaurant! If you want to eat well go outside the resort, Agay beach is only 5mn drive they have plenty of good restaurants, we went to a lovely restaurant called “le Rocher” in St Raphael. The playground in the resort is very usufull to entertain the kids and they have a cute little train taking people to the local beach. The supermarket in the resort is a bit limited and pricy but if you have a car they are some huge supermarket only 15mn drive away. There are two big pools in the resort but they are a bit cold... We really enjoyed tikki beach in Agay but no sun loungers so bring your own...

  • Stayed: September 2013
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1  Thank Alexandra, Laura
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Reviewed September 20, 2013

Beautiful sceneries and lovely very clean facilities. Poor leisure offer for kids in September. Amazing supermarket (no need to source out). Wake up early if you want a free hammock in the pool (guests "reside" on them the whole day). Unforgettable family experience and different options for excursion to reasonably closed renamed locations (St Tropez, Montecarlo, Cannes...)

  • Stayed: September 2013, traveled with family
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Thank Miquel M
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Reviewed September 13, 2013

On the surface a beautiful and attractive resort. In reality, a tired, slightly run down, expensive dissapointment. You will have to work out yourself how to get there. We flew into Nice and hired a car as it looked cheeper than booking a private tranfer.

There is a great deal of walking to the main reception and restaurant areas, most of which envolved 1000's of steps. You also need to keep looking where you are walking as there are a huge amount of broken slabs and paving - nearly tripped up every night! Oh, and french like to take their dogs on holiday with them, so watch out for dog mess on the paths and walkways.

Be carefull not to get this resort confused with Centre Parcs. The logo is on the website because it is owned by the same company. There the similarity ends. It is by no means a Centre Parc!!

There really is not anything included in your room price apart from bedding - which may not be as clean as you would like it. Wi-Fi, Bike hire, activities, room safe, car parking are all extras. Considering a pint of beer cost 6 euros, you'll soon be out of pocket if you want to enjoy this resort as much as you should.

The rooms are tiny. We were 2 adults and 2 teenagers. Once the beds were errected, we pretty much could move in our apartment. The suitcases went unpacked as there was nowhere to put anything.

The staff are, well... efficient. Not being French seems to be a bit of any issue. There doesnt seem to be any management structure and it took us 3 days to speak to someone in authority to discuss our accomodation issues.

At the end of the day, we treated the resort as a base. The onsite mini-market had just about everything we needed, there were plenty of places to each on site and lots of pizza take-aways. As long as you've got access to a vehicle, there are plenty of amazing places to visit and beaches to lye on. Just remember - all the shops close at 19:30. If you need to pick up a cheeky Rose for dinner, get it in the morning. the only places that are open anywhere after 19:30 are restaurant.

Room Tip: When choosing your room, look at the size described on the website. When we complaind about our room being too small for 4 people and we'd booked one that slept 5 - we were reminded that it did state the room as 28 mtr square. That's the whole appartment - Double bedroom, toilet, shower room, kitchen/diner/other bedroom.
  • Stayed: August 2013, traveled with family
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